This is an lovely detached lodge cabin located just outside of the quintessentially English market town of Biggleswade near Cambridge.
Surrounded by extensive rural views, this quaint property provides outstanding accommodation for families or groups of four adults wishing to explore this beautiful area.
The property sleeps four comfortably in two spacious light filled double bedrooms.
Both rooms have plenty of storage and a dresser.
The property has a separate dining room with a table and four chairs for guests to use.
Down the hallway is a modern kitchen, well equipped with everything guests will need during their stay to cater for themselves.
During the evenings guests can relax and unwind in front of the TV together in the cosy separate living room.
The property has lovely a family bathroom with a bath and shower over.
The french doors in the living room open out onto a generous enclosed patio and garden.
There is a table and chairs for guests to indulge in some alfresco dining throughout the warmer months.
This is an ideal space for children to let off some additional holiday energy and for guests to exercise their dogs.
There is ample off road parking behind the property for two cars, perfect for couples or groups of friends travelling in separate cars.
Located just a short drive from the town centre of Biggleswade, guests are not far from all of the local amenities.
Here guests will find plenty of shops, restaurants and pubs to enjoy.
The famous historical city of Cambridge is situated a short drive away from the property.
The nearest beach is a 90 minute drive away.
Guests will never be short of things to do with several picturesque walks and cycle routes surrounding the property and nearby nature reserves.
This is a wonderful rural property, offering families or groups of four the perfect holiday base to explore the spectacular surrounding area in Bedfordshire.
About the location
Bedford 12 miles; Cambridge 22 miles.
The Bedfordshire market town of Biggleswade is the perfect place to stay when exploring the neighbouring counties of Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, whilst fast train links allow visitors to arrive in London in 35 minutes. Biggleswade has an assortment of shops, both local and retail, pubs, restaurants and takeaways, plus just three miles away is the Shuttleworth Collection, which is an aeronautical and automotive museum located at the Old Warden airfield. Just 20 miles away is Woburn Abbey with its famous safari park, where you see many different creatures, including elephants, tigers, penguins and sea lions by car or on foot, whilst Woburn Abbey itself has over 400 years of history to share with visitors with some 22 rooms with 250 works of art to enjoy. Biggleswade is ideally situated for sightseeing and visits to the country, towns and cities.